I am going to give him a chance. He was really surprised by my horse, like every trainer. He seems a little set in his ways though...like only one way to lunge a horse. He is supposed to be a really good rider: grand prix jumping rider and a relatively high level dressage rider. When he did get on my horse, his position really didn't seem balanced. His stirrups were very short and he was in a "seat" position. He managed to get my horse decently on the bit but not going forward from his hindquarters. There wasn't any major problems, as I said in my first post. My horse has had very different types of training so I can't expect him to get on the ride 'Lancer' perfectly but I do expect him to be a balanced rider...He was riding the same on his own horse.
I also have a small problem with their stable: their horse care is a little to laid back for me. In our weather(below -35 alot in the winter), I'd like to see all the horses that are ridden with blankets. I'd like to see better arena fencing(outside is only about 2 feet high), and more restricted diets for the horses. My horse is not high maintenance but a high maintenance horse would not fit in here. They don't really even accept high maintenance horses here(like athletic warmbloods in training). Right now that is not a problem for me but I might get a second horse in the future. I guess it doesn't matter for right now. Also, all their horses are barefoot, which I'm fine with, my horse is also barefoot. I've been out to my horse's pasture to catch him and some of the horses in there need shoes. Yet again I must say, my trainer has better horse care than his wife...his wife is the barn manager. She takes care of everything. They have some old horses and some really young horses that would benefit from supplements but they don't get any. If the training works out I'll still stay because they still are taking care of the horses.